Twenty additional electric vehicle fast chargers will be added to along the state's major highways, including in Yass.
A high-powered charging stations will be installed in Yass, near the Soldiers Club on Meehan Street, and another in Wagga Wagga in September.
This is part of the NSW Government and the NRMA roll out of charging stations on the Sturt and Hume highways. By 2022, drivers of electric vehicles will be within 150 kilometres of a charging station after the regional network is completed.
Minister for Regional Transport and Roads Minister Paul Toole said, "These additional charging stations are part of a $3 million co-funded investment to deliver greener and cleaner travel. This will help create the most comprehensive regional charging network in the country, opening regional NSW up to electric vehicle owners."
"The extended network will help further support the regional tourism economy and promote local investment in regional centres.
"We want people to stop off and explore our regional towns and cities while they charge their electric vehicles," he said.
NRMA executive general manager Nell Payne said the range of vehicles was critical for drivers.
"The NRMA has been building Australia's most comprehensive fast-charging network with almost 40 fast charging stations installed in NSW," Ms Payne said.
"This partnership to install more charging stations will open up regional NSW further to electric vehicle owners and boost regional tourism by giving certainty to drivers that they can journey across the state without fear of running out of charge."
A new digital customer information platform for electric vehicles is also active.